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Friday 05.04.07

« First Thursday Picks: May 2007 | Main | First Friday »

Weekly Reader

I'll have the First Friday post up for you a little later, till then here are some art good reads:

Robert Storr discusses the upcoming Venice Biennale. Storr's take on mixing the politics of the conceptual and perceptual are right on and I hope his show is extra influential.

Paul Goldberger discusses a new Steven Holl Museum addition.

Roberta Smith takes on Frank Stella's continuing slide into glorified mall art. I'm a fan of the pre 90's stuff, somebody stop him... he's become the art world analog of late Vegas era Elvis. Having the Met join in doesn't help.

Also, Brian Libby has 2 cool bits. #1 is a post on AIA's new HQ's in the Pearl and #2 is on a dormant building with a cool facade that Brian, myself and Philip Iosca (among others) just love.

Posted by Jeff Jahn on May 04, 2007 at 10:45 | Comments (0)


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